It took me a while, admittedly, longer then I'd like, to understand the whole connection about scanf(); and &s.
Specifically, that I need to put the & in the SCANF() and not the friggin PRINTF(), but that's not what I'm here to discuss.
I'm here to discuss either a bug, or me not understanding C properly.
Behold, me, having a eureka moment:
printf("enter test integer\n");
printf("enter test float\n");
//printf("enter test string\n");
//printf("enter test array\n");
Now, if you were to run this bad boy, you would most likely be impressed, ask for my information and possibly demand I work for your company and/or corporation. Alas, I would have to decline as I feel I am yet unworthy. The weird thing about this, however, is if you enter, in the float bit, say 1.0, it works fine.
but if you enter something like 4378.9... well... this happens...
I'm not quite sure how to react... anyone help?